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to reach out to women in be developed countries. >> reporter: here in the united states the threat of cervical cancer has gone done significant but in under developed countries it's still a real threat. >> most of these countries it's the leading cause of cancer in women and leading cause of death in women. it's a huge problem. . >> reporter: a problem that often goes undetected until it's to late. a professer at john's hopkins has spent a lot of time in africa reaching out to women in need. when a woman develops cervical cancer there are no symptoms until it's advanced. by then the ability to treat it is often gone. >> reporter: because of a low cost technique that uses vinegar and a flash right they are getting a second chance. an organization came up with the idea to fight cancer. >> you swab the cervix with vinegar for a minute and then look. precancer lesions generally will show up as a white legislation with the application. >> reporter: if treatment is necessary it can be done at the same visit with that piece of equipment that freezes the affected area. >> that's a simpl
in the united states about 16,000 people are waiting for liver transplants, and our state, almost 500 people are waiting. nearly 300 people are waiting that are patients of ours. >> reporter: gene and his family want everybody to consider organ donation and thank the baltimore city police department for always being by their side. >>> orioles fans, you're in for a long night. tonight's game against the oakland a's starts at 10:00. many people will be willing to stay up after the impressive win yesterday that guarantees the o's a winning season this year! for a few hours yesterday, the orioles solely held the spot as the number one team in the american league. last night the yankees also won putting them back at a tie. and we want to see your oh- maizing orioles pride. send us your pictures to pics at wmar.com. we ask that you put the word orioles in the subject line. we're going to add the pictures to our growing photo gallery at abc 2 news.com. >>> the orioles are zoom nateing, but -- dominating, but this is purple friday. this comes after the ravens crushed the bengals on monday night. you
-- united states. two other counties in this state. so it'sing in radical by any stretch. >> the board of county commissioner also take public input on the proposed ordinance before its weekly meeting tomorrow at 1:30. >>> it was a tragedy that ruined the life of one family. was killed and son matthew critically injured after a trucker fell aslope at the wheel. matthew has come a long way but life is very dep of for the family. last week the family breck ounds on a new whole chair accessible ramp. we'll take a look at the family as they continue to win back after a settlement from the trucking company that caused the accident. >> we will be okay for the rest of our lives and that's the idea of lawsuits that you make people as whole as you can. of course, money never fixes things, you it certainly does help. >> abc2 news providen kuebler -- brian kuebler sits down with them. >> well, the man had ran loose on the ravens field sunday night is talking. how he turned streaking at a game a way to fight bullying. >> with the shutdown, many steel workers are still suffering. the major contribu
, perhaps a middle eastern government, has attacked web sites on critical infrastructure in the united states. >> reporter: so far the hackers have not been able to steal any money, or disrupt financial markets. authorities in the race against time to stop them before something worse happens g they can move money around and cause financial chaos. >> reporter: today the u.s. government is actively working to locate and block the massive attack. it appear as covert cyber war is fully engaged. >>> in the case of a stolen puppy, earlier this week a couple walked in to the animal rescue foundation and spent time playing with this guy, mango, several minutes later the couple walked out with mango tucked in a pocket. someone called the foundation, said they had mango and wanted to return him. the caller wasn't the person who stole him and didn't want the $1000 reward. the foundation says though it's had a bad couple of days they hope good can come of this. >> as horrible as it has been. people found out about our organization and rescues in general. >> another good thing that came out of this
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